Top 5 #Workplace Blogs of the Week

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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top 5 Blogs in the #Workplace. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.


5 More Reasons to Start Social Recruiting Today from the Work4Labs Blog: Social recruiting can significantly change the way you hire candidates. It allows you to quickly and easily engage with potential candidates, both passive and active, on a more personal level.  Read More.

Baltimore Ravens Failed HR 101 from The Tim Sackett Project: By now everyone has seen former Baltimore Raven running back, Ray Rice, knock out his wife with two punches to the head in the elevator of an Atlantic City casino.  My question is, why didn’t anyone in the Baltimore Raven’s organization see this before agreeing to bring him back initially, with only a two game suspension? Read More.

Why Recruiters Dislike HR & Vice Versa by Your HR Buddy: There has always been a disconnect between HR and Recruiter even as the profession evolved. On one side we have Sourcers and third party recruiters who have a hacker mentality who focus on bringing that purple squirrel, using the boolean search strings and social search tools. But on the other side we have HR and hiring managers who focus more on bringing those talents that will be a great culture fit for their organization. Read More.

The Value of a Free Lamb by Roy Trotter: Irvine says that if an employer views an offered fringe benefit such as a free lunch as a business decision (i.e. something that drives the bottom line by increasing productivity/engagement etc.) then there are compelling reasons for it to continually fund the benefit. Read More.

7 Ways to Deal with “Rigid Inflexibles” by Leadership Freak: We had an inflexible support-person, where I worked years ago, who freaked out at the hint of change. The guy who I replaced in the organization told me she was satan. She felt the same about him. Read More.


What It Takes to Be a Thought Leader by Jessica Miller-Merrell: There’s a certain amount of responsibility, finesse and planning that comes into being a thought leader and someone seen as valuable in thought leadership. In all honesty I didn’t plan or intend to be one, but then again I’ve never ended up where I planned to go. Read More.

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